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Kamil Grosicki – HULL CITY v Wigan Athletic – September 14
Even though his team-mates jostled for space in the region, Grosicki had eyes only for the near corner. He found his goal, whipping the free-kick over and upward the wall in pace.
Tom Cairney – FULHAM v Wigan Athletic – September 27
Cairney started the counter-attack of Fulham, releasing Anthony Knockaert before accepting the return , bending ahead and curling the exquisite shot that was rifled into the corner.
Ivan Sunjic – Derby County v BIRMINGHAM CITY – September 28
Together with his side trailing 2-1 along with also the ball bobbling around at the Derby region, Sunjic strode ahead to help. And help he did.
Rhys Healey – MK DONS v AFC Wimbledon – September 7
What a fixture line your shot up to jink inside and hit a cutter purely that millimetres over the turf floats before nestling at the opposite bottom corner.
Jonson Clarke-Harris – BRISTOL ROVERS v Accrington Stanley – September 7
Judging the flight of a defensive header Clarke-Harris lined up his body and executed because he caught the ball on the spot, a spectacular overhead kick.
Max Power – SUNDERLAND v MK Dons – September 28
There is something magical about a shooter that yells the goalkeeper into believing it can be saved by him before arcing cruelly. Power attempt was a perfect case.
Eoin Doyle – SWINDON TOWN v Macclesfield Town – September 14
A team goal that is breathtaking. Every touch a one as the ball has been switched from left to right for Rob Hunt and Keshi Anderson to unite and put a pinpoint ending up from Doyle.
Conor Grant – Mansfield Town v PLYMOUTH ARGYLE – September 28
Grant had something on his mind as the ball was fed to him after ricocheting around the Mansfield region – hit at an to the upper corner and then to bend his left foot.
James Clarke – Crawley Town v WALSALL – September 28
Crawleys defenders didnt hurry to close a central shield down 30 yards from goal. They need to have, as Clarke unleashed.
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